Family impacted by tragic bus accident finds closure

In November 2008, Beasley Allen law firm reached a settlement   agreement on behalf of the family of Nicole Ford, a Lee High School student who was killed when her school bus crashed Nov. 20, 2006, in Huntsville, Ala., and plunged 30 feet from a highway overpass to the ground below. Ms. Ford was among 40 students traveling to the Huntsville Technology Center who were involved in the tragic crash. None of the students was wearing a seatbelt. Founding Shareholder Jere Beasley comments on the case.


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